Ineffective homeopathic alternatives to vaccines should be taken off the market because they are a dangerous distraction, public health officials urge as infectious diseases such as measles make a comeback.
Some naturopaths, homeopaths and chiropractors sell homeopathic nosodes described as a diluted remedy of bacteria or virus. They are most often given orally, but can be injected as well.
Health Canada says the packages need to be labelled with a warning: “This product is not intended to be an alternative to vaccination.”
From CBC. (Thanks Darcy)